Almost a year ago the papers were bitching women out for waiting around too long for Mr Right and thus were having babies far too late for their liking. Now they are angsting that women are having babies too early.
Which leads me to ask an important question, is there ever a 'right' time to have a kid? Ideally a couple should be a position where they are financially and more importantly emotionally able to support their family. However that it is where my judgement stops. I don't care if a woman is 16 or 45, it is her decision when she feels she is ready to have children.
More importantly where the hell is the analysis of the fathers age in all of this? Oh that's right, I forgot babies are made by magic pixies so we don't bother to collect stats on that.